Posted: Saturday, February 10, 2018. 10:20 a.m. CST.
By BBN Staff: The 24-hour forecast is for mostly moist conditions to prevail.
Cloudy skies with a few showers and isolated thunderstorms are expected over central and southern areas.
The wind will blow from the east to southeast at 10-20 knots.
The sea state will be moderate.
High temperatures are expected as follows: In the coast, 83 degrees Fahrenheit; 86 degrees Fahrenheit inland and 75 degrees Fahrenheit in the hills.
Low temperatures for tonight in the coast are expected at 77 degrees Fahrenheit, inland at 70 degrees Fahrenheit and in the hills, 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
A small craft warning is likely to go into effect for occasionally gusty winds and rough seas.
The extended forecast for tomorrow is for fair weather to prevail.
According to reports from the National Met Service, January was the wettest month on record. In 30 years of documented rainfall, January 2018 was recorded with 20 inches of rain compared to January 2017, which recorded 2.8 inches of rain.
The record also supersedes the 17.3 inches of rainfall recorded in 1990.
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